Local news for Valdosta, GA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Trending on the Topix Network
The 'Tree House Resale Store' in Valdosta opened its doors last July. In that time, the store has pulled in more than $10,000 to benefit Langdale Hospice House, the only non-profit hospice in the area.
The Tree House resale shop in Valdosta, whose proceeds benefit the Langdale Hospice House in Valdosta and Hospice of South Georgia, has had a very successful first year and is looking forward to even more success in the future.
There's generally not anything too exciting about driving non-stop for 16 hours - especially after you've pretty much exhausted and wiped yourself out with nine nights in hotels and a full week battling the sun and massive, teenaged South American tour groups at Disney World.
For the second time in the last several days, the Albany Civic Center has been the victim of thieves.
As determined by the editors of ConventionSouth magazine, the Clarence Brown Conference Center is among the South's cream of the event-hosting crop.
Albany city leaders hope to work out a deal tomorrow for the former Interim General Manager of Water Gas and Light to become the interim city manager.
A Macon-based cat rescue organization is seeking a new home after learning this week its current lease won’t be renewed.
Some Albany Water, Gas, and Light commissioners hope city officials will wait before making any more changes to the city utility.City officials made changes to the city charter to give them more control over water gas and light.WGL commissioners would like to be allowed to acquire land for new distribution without city approval.But Commissioner ... (more)
Donnaille Lamar James, 40, has been charged with her Malice Murder. Valdosta Police Department Detectives obtained an arrest warrant for James, who was in Cuthbert, for Malice Murder.
According to DOT officials, $31 million goes toward rebuilding the Bartow County interchange.
The City of Valdosta is scheduled to begin phase two of smoke testing its sanitary sewer collection system, on July 7-12, from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. each day, weather permitting.
Workers are halfway through with demolishing the old airport terminal. The first floor of the building where administrative offices and the airline counters are now gone.
Bill Stembler, chairman and chief executive officer of Georgia Theatre Co., said the discounted theater doesn’t have the equipment to go on.
Ever wondered what it would be like to see a fireworks show from the sky?That's what this YouTube user wondered as well, and the results are pretty spectacular.
Valdosta News, Events & Info
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:40 am
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC